Question about 1999 Saab 9-5
My 9-5 aero has an idling problem. If you keep you foot on the gas, it will drive fine. I have replaced the fuel filter...No fix. I just installed a remanufactured throttle body and the car went into 'limp' mode. The remanufacture company said I need to reset the fault codes to get normal operation now. Is this true? How do you reset the fault codes??
Sounds like car is in limp home mode which needs reseting ,which may indicate you need a new Di Rail, or throttle body. Is engine management light on all the time if so Needs reseting. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 12, 2013
Hi! I have 2002 saab 95 aero 4 cylinder, first I used to have a high idling problem but I reset the throttle body and I change the mass air sensor, now I don't have a high idling problem car is running normal rpm but I have a so strong vibration specially when I put on drive my engine mouths are fine, but I don't know what else I can do to get it fix so please help me!! I love my car but this problem is really bothers me. and I still have check engine light on saying mass iar flow sensor but I just change that and my tempura is goes down to while im driving on the highway.
Posted on Mar 30, 2013
I recently had the same problem, my 2002 9-5 Aero would die every time I came to a stop or put the clutch in. Replaced the Mass Air Flow Sensor and it doesn't die anymore, but it still runs a little rough when shifting and I still get the check engine light. I talked with a tech and he said that I disconnect the battery for a few hours it should clear the fault codes.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
.turn the ignition on and clear def.codes with(tech2)
.turn the ignition off
.carefully slide the end of the spring tawords the throttle body using the point of a pen
.at the same time rotate the black tooth disc anticlockwise with a screwdriver.A click will be heard in its end position
.turn the pedal arm with throttle cable clockwise.Make sure that the throttle arm does not follow the movement of the pedal arm
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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